DIY Felt Holiday Stocking
If you love the warm and cozy feeling of Homespun Holidays and love making your gifts,
this simple felt stocking project is for you.
It makes a sweet stocking to hang on the mantel for Santa to add little gifts.
Or add in some greenery and use it as a Holiday decoration.
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Materials Used: (*affiliate link)
- Gwen Studios Snowflake Die-Cut Ribbon (available at Walmart)
- Gwen Studios 3/8″ Metallic Holiday Ribbon
- Gwen Studios Gold Star Embroidered Iron-On Patch
- Kunin Premium Felt: Antique White
- Kunin Classic Felt: Cranapple and Olive
- Stocking Pattern
- Silhouette Cameo Electronic Cutting Machine*
- Needle and Thread
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- Draw or create a stocking pattern onto cardstock. I used an SVG cut file from the Silhouette Store and a Silhouette Cameo Electronic Cutting Machine*. I sized the stocking pattern to fit on a 9″ x 12″ piece of felt and cut the stocking pattern using cardstock.
- Trace the pattern pieces onto the felt and cut them out.
- Cut the word “JOY” out of felt. Hand stitch the felt pieces onto the stocking.
- Tack the Snowflake Die-Cut Ribbon onto the front of the stocking using silver thread.
- Iron the star patch onto the front of the stocking using the directions found on the back of the package.
- Align the front and back of the felt stocking together. Using a “blanket stitch” stitch around the edge of the felt stocking.
- Stitch a small piece of metallic ribbon as a loop on the corner of the felt stocking for hanging.